In a nation in which homeownership is largely seen as synonymous with the American dream, it’s a question that real estate professionals are now asking:
LGBTQ Community Centers all around the U.S. are demonstrating in solidarity with the immigrant community and against the latest Executive Order that bans refugees and
Why we voted NO on Eric Dill as the San Dieguito Union High School District Superintendent.
I’ll come right out and say it: I’m anti-development.
I have lived in Encinitas for the past 23 years, so you have served as my representative in Congress for the whole of your Congressional
When I vote NO on Measure T, could Encinitas be sued — again?
Edison’s Community Engagement Panel met last Thursday in Oceanside to update the public on plans to decommission the nuclear power plant at San Onofre.
Ever since incorporation, the city of Encinitas has specified exactly where, when, and how campaign signs can be displayed. Encinitas’ Municipal Code (EMC) devotes a
My two cents on the 5/18 letter to the editor “Solving the State Deficit” (“path to responsibility”) whereby we would pay off our $16 billion